152 Norseman St, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2R4

TORONTO Campus

Automotive Technology


In the ATC’s automotive technology training program (Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005), experienced instructors with many years of field experience give you the classroom and hands-on shop training you need to acquire an entry-level position and perform diagnose and repair of many different makes of automobiles.

Interested in auto mechanic training in Toronto?

Key elements of the automotive technology training  program

  • Introduction to the Automotive Industry and Shop Safety
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Service Wheels, Tires, Hubs and Bearings
  • Operation & Service Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Operation and Servicing of Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Operation & Service Suspension Systems
  • Operation & Service Steering Systems
  • Wheel Alignment Theory
  • Welding Fundamentals
  • Service the Drive Lines and Drive Axles
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • General Electrical Systems Diagnostics
  • Service Gasoline Engine
  • Service Lubrication and Cooling Systems
  • Operation & Service Ignition Systems
  • Operation and Servicing Fuel Injection Systems
  • Service Emissions and Computer Control System

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Why Choose ATC?

Here are 3 reasons to choose Automotive Training Centre

Smaller classes for better learning outcomes

Flexible schedule: study while you work

Professional real world, industry experienced instructors

Intense hands-on training so you can master your skill set

Kevin Holter

The practicum is very important. It is your chance to see how a shop runs and they should all consider it to be the worlds longest job interview. I was hired at Auto West BMW which was a very good success for me and I owe it all too hard work and ATC.

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